Founded in 1994 by Johanne Goyette, ATMA has established a sterling reputation around the world for recordings with superb sound quality, featuring distinctive programs performed by some of the world’s finest musicians.
Distributed in 25 countries and present on all digital platforms, the ATMA catalog now comprises 450 titles in genres ranging from medieval to contemporary music, and including tango, traditional, and baroque music. ATMA recordings are notable for their high standards, and original, creative programs, which have garnered praise and numerous awards and prizes over the years.
Today, Johanne Goyette continues to be involved in every recording project and works closely with musicians through the entire process, from initial concept to final edit and post‐production.
“Over the past two decades, one key element remains intact at ATMA: our enthusiasm for creating and recording the unique moments of inspiration of our musicians, with whom we have established warm and close relationships characterized by mutual trust,” says Johanne Goyette. “We still believe in the extraordinary value of sound recording, while looking to redefine our role within the context of an ever‐evolving industry.”